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The Fourth Amendment protects us from "unreasonable" government searches of our persons, houses, papers and effects.
14 hrs ago | Pacifica Tribune
Recently members of the Pacifica Historical Society held a fundraising event for the Little Brown Church at Sam's Castle.
Long, long ago: Fans line up to see "Star Wars" on its opening weekend at the Coronet Theatre on Geary Boulevard.
August might be considered artistic "off-season" in most cities, but San Francisco knows you never want to leave, and it'll be working hard this month to keep you entertained.
Over the past few months, we have been to San Francisco several times; my wife and I were reminded how pedestrian- and bike-friendly is San Francisco.
Dr. LaTrice Montgomery, assistant professor in the Counseling and Substance Abuse Counseling programs at the University of Cincinnati, was recently selected to participate in a three-year, National Institute on Drug Abuse training program called Learning for Early Careers in Addiction and Diversity .
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will start painting red transit-only lanes Friday night on Market Street between Fifth and 12th streets to let drivers know that the lane is for Muni use only.
San Francisco, which famously measures just 7 by 7 miles, is a patchwork quilt of sorts - a city where every neighborhood is a unique square, with its own pattern and vibe.
George and Charlotte Shultz never have a bad hair day: Charlotte sports her classic, elegant coiffure, while George stays minimal.
A "tour of Torah and Jewish history through food and drink" will be held at Congregation Beth Israel Judea in San Francisco on Aug. 10. Starting at 10:30 a.m., the "Biblical Botany Brunch" will be led by ethnobotanist Jon Greenberg, founder of TorahFlora.org, who is returning to the Bay Area next month for several events.
Taxi companies scored a new weapon in their battle against the ride companies like Uber, Lyft and Sidecar, which have siphoned their business.
Travelers who want to move more quickly through airport security can now enroll in TSA Precheck at a new enrollment center at San Francisco International Airport, according to the Transportation Security Administration.
Carol Beth Schultz passed away peacefully in her home in Martinez, California on June 3, 2014, with her sister Marla Rescino and her husband Bob Rescino by her side.
Paella by Eduardo Balaguer of Venga Paella as seen at the San Francisco Chronicle office in San Francisco, Calif.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 10:22 pm
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